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How to get more energy – without caffeine

Have you ever wanted more energy during the day, and restful sleep at night? Or maybe you want to get over that 2-3 pm energy slump? Have you ever wanted to jump out of bed in the morning full of energy and ready to face the day? This article is for you! Here are 7 tips to increase your energy naturally – without caffeine. 1) Fuel yourself like the Ferrari you are Eating a properly balanced diet that’s tailored to your needs will allow you to fuel your body and set yourself up for success! Learn about eating for blood sugar balance here, …

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Diet weight loss

7 Weight Loss Tips

(that have nothing to do with counting calories or weighing your food) Weight loss can be a touchy subject. As women (and men) we’re bombarded with messages in the media about how we’re supposed to look, and what beauty is, however unrealistic they might be. Sometimes, when we shift our focus, we can achieve our goals in a healthier way. It’s my hope that this article can help you learn something new, and may help you look at weight loss in a different way. These tips are in no particular order. 1) Uncover Food sensitivities A food sensitivity is different from …

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Stress Management and The Art of Relaxation

Join us for this FREE Event Thursday, May 5th 2016 at the South Side Community Centre 1578 Wolfe Ave. Petawawa Discover the importance of managing your stress with Dr. Katrina Traikov ND, Valley Naturopath. Come Learn: How stress affects us The health benefits of rest and relaxation Simple and effective ways to manage stress and encourage rest and relaxation Register by: May 2nd Call (613) 687-2104 ext. 0 OR register at the South Side Community Centre, 1578 Wolfe Ave. Petawawa

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OSISS Petawawa – Stress Management

Stress management and the art of Relaxation Come Learn About: How stress affects us The health benefits to rest and relaxation Simple and effective ways to manage stress and encourage rest and relaxation The value of self-care This is a Private Event. For more information contact teresa.gamble@osiss.ca     613-687-5511 x 3599

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Stress Management and the Art of Relaxation

The Pembroke Library Presents – Stress Management and the Art of Relaxation with Katrina Traikov NDCome learn about How stress affects us The health benefits of rest and relaxation Simple and effective ways to manage stress and encourage rest and relaxation The value of self-care For more information or to register please contact Simon Hartwig at shartwig@pembrokelibrary.ca or (613) 732-8844

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Stress management for the holidays

The holidays can be a time of togetherness, giving, receiving, reflection, relaxation, and enjoyment. There can also be a number of stresses and pressures associated with this time of year. These are very individual, and can range from feeling compelled to see everyone, to overindulgence, to an altered routine or challenging family dynamics. 6 Tips to help you get the most out of your holiday experience 1. Nourish yourself If you’ve ever been on a plane, you know they always tell you to put your oxygen mask on before helping anyone else with theirs. There’s a reason for this: it’s …

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Simple stress management techniques

Stress management is a key way to help maintain a high level of health, especially in our fast-paced modern lives. Stress affects different people in many different ways. When we can start to become aware of how stress affects us, this can help us in choosing effective ways to relive our stress. Here are some simple stress management techniques. Feel free to try out a few or come up with your own. Follow your intuition and listen to your body about what feels right to you. Deep breathing Deep breathing, it sounds so simple, and it’s something we have access …

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How stress affects us

As we begin to become aware of how stress affects us, it simply cannot affect us in the same way anymore. Becoming aware of how stress affects us can help us become more conscious of when we’re stressed, can help us choose how to relieve or manage our stress, and can help us in choosing how to respond to a situation instead of reacting. Stress affects different people in different ways People can “carry” stress in different parts of their body For example, some people carry it in their muscles, some people hold their breath, some people carry it in …

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    Renfrew, Ontario,
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    Valley Naturopath is the Ottawa Valley’s choice for personalized alternative, integrative and holistic health solutions. Serving Pembroke, Petawawa, Renfrew, Cobden, Eganville, Killaloe, Barry's Bay and Renfrew County.

  • Request Katrina as a Guest Speaker

    Request Katrina as a guest speaker

    Katrina enjoys speaking on a variety of health topics. Her talks are fun and engaging. From stress management and relaxation, to eating for heart health, to healthy aging, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! Click here to request Katrina as a guest speaker at your next community group, support group, or office meeting today!

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    Any information presented here is provided for educational purposes only and is general in nature. It is not intended to be health advice for any individual. Please speak to your health provider before making any changes – dietary, lifestyle or otherwise - for direct and individualized advice. As information changes constantly, the accuracy and completeness of any information presented here cannot be guaranteed. Access of the information presented is solely at your own risk. It will be assumed that access indemnifies Valley Naturopath and any person involved in the preparation of the information presented here from any and all injury or damage arising from such use.